If your Windows 10 suddenly restarts and get into a reboot loop, you are likely to make a reinstall if you have no good resolution. In fact, here are a few things you can have a try before the reinstall.
Way 1. Disable Automatic Restart
Step 1. While Windows 10 restarts, continuously press F8 until you can select Safe Mode.
Step 2. When Windows 10 boot into the Safe Mode, go to Cortana search box and type “sysdm.cpl”. Then select it from the best match.
Step 3. When you see System Properties window, go to Advanced tab and select Settings under Start-up and Recovery.
Step 4. Check “write an event to the system log” and uncheck “automatically restart”. Press OK to save the change.
Way 2. Remove Bad Registry
Windows 10 continuous reboot can be fixed by modifying Registry. Here is how you can do this:
Step 1. Boot your computer to Safe Mode.
Step 2. Run “regedit”.
Step 3. Navigate to “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList”. Then open the subdirectory and check whether there is a value named “ProfileImagePath”. If so, delete the corresponding subfolder.
Way 3. Use Windows 10 Boot Loop Automatic Repair
Windows 10 boot loop automatic repair provides some options for you to fix Windows 10 restart loop. And you need to follow the guidance below:
Step 1. Shut down the computer and power it on. As soon as you see the rotating loading circle, shut down the PC. Please do this for several times (3 times or so) until you see the “Preparing Automatic Repair” screen.
Step 2. When you see the “Automatic Repair” screen, select “Advanced options”, “Troubleshoot” and then “Advanced options” when you get multiple choices.
Step 3. Run the following commands:
• c: (Note that you system drive may be different. You will have to figure it out by yourself by viewing the directory.)
• cd \windows\system32\config
• MD backup
• copy *.* backup
• CD regback
• copy *.* ..
For a more detailed guide, you can view Detailed Steps to Fix Windows 10 Endless Reboot Loop (2018).
Way 4. Check File System
Probably file system errors bring Windows 10 continuous reboot. If this is the case, we recommend using MiniTool Partition Wizard Bootable to help you figure it out.
First of all, you will have to boot your computer with a bootable MiniTool Partition Wizard. Please refer to the guidance below to complete this project.
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When you get into the main interface of this bootable partition manager, do the followings:
Step 1. Select a system related partition and choose “Check File System” from the action panel.
Step 2. In the new emerging window, choose “Check & fix detected errors” and press Start.
Step 3. Exit this bootable partition manager and restart your computer to have a check.
The bottom line here is when your Windows 10 keeps rebooting, try the methods mentioned here. We hope they are helpful to you.